NPF Screening Result for 2024 | Latest Update

 NPF Screening Result for 2024
 NPF Screening Result for 2024

NPF Screening Result for 2024 – Hello there, are you one of those who took part in the NPF (Nigeria Police Force) recruitment screening test for 2024? Here is some good news for you. The Nigeria Police Force has just released the result of the test. This means you can now check the portal for your results through the police recruitment portal.

The Nigeria Police Force has released the result of the just concluded test nationwide. If you are one of those who wrote the test you can check the result online.

If you do not know how to check the released result, then you do not need to worry, because, in this post, I have given out the steps on how to check the NPF Screening result. Read carefully to understand the guidelines.

 NPF Screening Result for 2024
NPF Screening Result for 2024

About NPF (Nigeria Police Force)

The Nigeria Police Force is a law enforcement and the lead security agency in Nigeria. Through the  1999 constitution,  It was established as the National Police of Nigeria.

In 2016, the NPF had about 371,800 staff, and currently, there are plans to increase the force to 650,000, which means there are 370,000 staff and they are recruiting new staff of about 280,000.

The NPF (Nigeria Police Force) is one of the large organizations in Nigeria which consists of 36 state commands and the Federal Capital Territory. They are grouped into 17 (Seventeen) zones and 8 (Eight) Administrative offices.

How To Check The Nigeria Police Screening Result Online for 2024

To check the Nigeria Police screening result, you have to follow these simple steps below:

  • First, visit the police portal link at

  • From there you will be asked to sign in to your account

  • When you have signed in, click on the “Check Result” button

NOTE: You can as well check your inbox on email, just in case you have been sent a message regarding your result, and what you need to do next.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the age limit of the Nigeria Police Force?

An applicant must not be above 28 years of age if he is applying for cadet ASPs and not above 24 years if applying for cadet Inspectors.

What is the Lowest Rank in the Nigeria Police Force?

The lowest rank in the Nigeria Police Force is Constable, while the highest rank is Inspector General of Police.

Is the Police Shortlisted Candidate Form Out?

The shortlisted form for the 2023 set is officially out. Only the names of those candidates who meet the requirements are out.

How Do I Apply for the Nigeria Police Force?

Follow these steps on how to apply for the Nigeria Police Force Recruitment:

  • You need to visit the NPF (Nigerian Police Force) online portal which is at

  • In the available space provided, you will need to provide the following: NIN, Email Address and Phone Number

  • When you have provided all of that, click on the verify button immediately, then you will be redirected to the next page.

  • Follow the next instructions as seen on the page to successfully apply for the recruitment.

What are the Requirements for those who want to Apply for the Nigeria Police Force Recruitment?

Here are the requirements every applicant must possess before applying for the Nigerian Police Force recruitment

  • Nationality

It is expected that an applicant must be a Nigerian, and as such you will have to provide means of Identification like an International Passport, Driver’s License, and Voter’s Card.

  • Height

Another requirement from an applicant is height, it is required for male applicants to reach the Minimum height of 1.67m while the female applicant’s minimum height is 1.64m.

  • Guarantor

An applicant must fill in the guarantor’s form which should have verifiable references.

  • Age

The age requirement is also very important, It is expected that applicants are of the age 18 and 28. That means when applying you shouldn’t be anything above 28 years of age.

  • Educational Qualifications

Applicants are to possess an O’Level result (WEAC, NECO, NABTEB, GCE) with a minimum of Five credits in which English and Mathematics are included. Any O’level before 2014 will be rejected.

  • Chest Measurement

This requirement is only applicable to the male applicant. All male applicants are to have a minimum chest measurement of 0.86m.

  • Pregnant women are not qualified for this application

  • The following kinds of persons are not to apply for the NPF requirement:

    • Bodily Scar

    • Amputation of the body

    • Malformation of teeth

    • Protruding Navel

    • Speech Impediment

    • Squint Eyes

    • Knock Knees

    • Bent Knees

    • Flat Feet

    • Deformed Hands (That which cannot perform any functions of the hand)

    • Bow Legs

    • Tattoos

How Many  NPF Zones are in Nigeria?

There are a total number of Seventeen (17) Zones In Nigeria, they include the following:

  • Zone One: This zone is located in the Northwest Geo political zone, It covers Jigawa and Kano States. The headquarters for that zone is in Kano State.

  • ZoneTwo: This zone is located in the South-west Geopolitical zone, It covers Lagos State and Ogun States. The headquarters for that zone is in Lagos State

  • Zone Three: It is located in the North-East, It covers Adamawa and Taraba States. The headquarters is in Yola

  • Zone Four: It is located in the North-Central which covers Benue, Plateau and Nasarawa State. The headquarters is in Makurdi, Benue state.

  • Zone Five: It is located in the South-south, which covers Edo State and Delta State with its headquarters at Benin-city.

  • Zone Six: It is in the South-south geo-political zone of Nigeria, it covers Akwa Ibom and Cross River State with its headquarters in Cross Rivers State.

  • Zone Seven: It is in the North Central Zone, It covers FCT and Niger States. Its headquarters is at FCT, Abuja.

  • Zone Eight: It covers Kogi and Kwara States.

  • Zone Nine: It covers Imo State, Ebonyi and Abia State, headquarters in Umuahia.

  • Zone Ten: It covers Kebbi, Zamfara and Sokoto state. It is the North-west Zone. Headquarters in Sokoto.

  • Zone Eleven

  • Zone Twelve

  • Zone Thirteen: In the South-East Zone. It covers Enugu and Anambra State. Headquarters located in Anambra State.

  • Zone Fourteen: It is in the North-West zone. It comprises Kaduna State and Katsina State. Headquarters in Katsina.

  • Zone Fifteen: Located in the North-East zone. It Covers Yobe State and Borno State, headquarters in Maiduguri.

  • Zone Sixteen: It is located in the South-South Zone, It covers Bayelsa and Rivers State and the headquarters in Yenagoa.

  • Zone Seventeen: It is located in the South West Zone. It covers Ondo State and Ekiti State. The headquarters is in Akure.